Here's a fun way for students to write a substantial paragraph/s that either defends a character's right to be framed or disputes it. Students are encouraged to select ANY character from any fiction piece. Once a character has been identified, students write a convincing piece using 3 character traits that support a head shot or portrait of character or action scene to celebrate the character. Portrait frames are provided.
Use this activity to illustrate the double meanings of words: as seen in the title.
A sample paragraph is included, planning sheets, sketch sheets, and multiple frames of varying colors. Students write their paragraphs on one picture frame, and sketch on another. The final work can be displayed with picture frames side to side [sketch and paragraph]
Works for most grades.